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Announcing the Netivot Shalom Music Festival Lineup! #jewsrock @cnsberkeley!


 

Chevreh,

 

The Netivot Shalom Music Festival is back, and it cannot be contained to just one night!  The Festival will now feature five monthly Sunday concerts, starting on January 20th with Rabbi Creditor and The Way Praise Team (with Pastor Michael McBride).  Each concert features a distinct style of music performed by really talented musicians. 

 

See the exciting lineup here:

Music Festival 2012!

 

Additional details and info about the artists are available at www.brownpapertickets.com.  What's more, you can purchase the perfect Chanukah gift, a season pass to all five concerts for just $50, which is $20 off the price of individual tickets! 

 

The Season Pass is available both at www.brownpapertickets.com and in the CNS office, while advance sale individual tickets (with preferred seating and $2 discount) are available only at www.brownpapertickets.com. 

Delicious homemade desserts will be sold at all of the concerts.

 

Purchase of the season pass or advanced purchase of individual tickets will demonstrate your support for music as an integral part of Netivot Shalom. 

 

Net proceeds will benefit CNS.  Also, let us know if you would like to volunteer to help out at the concerts.  Enjoy the music!

 

Warm Regards,

 

Dan Siegel and Michael Meltzer, Co-Planners      

 

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